Four projects will be visited as part of the 1999 San Diego Association of Geologists annual field trip, emphasizing water resources development projects in southern California underway at the turn of the 21st Century. This Roadlog directs you to the meeting location for the first day of the field trip, followed by a description of the route and a short summary of each major stop.
“Stop” 1 through 4 actually represents a tour of that facility. Due to variable mileages during each tour, and the necessity to use project vehicles in active construction areas for some of the stops, mileage to the meeting point for each stop is provided, but mileage during some tours will vary. Cumulative mileage will be reset after each numbered stop.
With that, the San Diego Association of Geologists (SDAG) is pleased to welcome you to the 1999 annual field trip! The primary meeting location is the Arrowhead East Tunnel east portal, an access point of the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) Inland Feeder Project. From there we will proceed to the Seven Oaks Dam on the Santa Ana River near San Bernardino; the Eastside Reservoir project near Hemet; and, on the second day of the field trip, the site of the future Olivenhain Reservoir west of Escondido.